As always the staff was super friendly and made our experience amazing. We were disappointed that there was no parking available for our family due to a group they had playing that evening. We were disappointed to have to park our car on the street. The staff did try and make it better by buying ...
Very clean and comfortable hotel. The AC unit in my room did provide some "white noise" as it was a bit on the loud side. The breakfast was great both morning that I was there. Hotel staff is very friendly.
Nice hotel,good breakfast,good location,spacious rooms,friendly staff.
Stayed four nights to attend MLB spring training games. The property is in a pleasant neighborhood with several restaurants within easy walking distance. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Check in/check out was quick and easy. Our room was on the third floor overlooking the swimming pool. Cleanliness was excellent. Cable TV was plain vanilla 30 channel, and had a beautiful screen saver when the TV is first turned on. There was almost no noise from the exterior, but there were occasional sounds from adjoining rooms The bathrooms have water saving toilets that are quite noisy when flushed. The hotel is advertised as "pet friendly." We encountered one small dog and we had no negative experience because of pets at the hotel. The parking area is well lighted with adequate space. The elevator adjacent to the parking lot access was a bit slow. Breakfast was typical hotel cereal and pastry. There is a nice patio and gazebo adjoining the pool and hot tub. Our stay was enjoyable and we would likely stay at this location again.
Nice place. Would have been nice to have included breakfast for the price. A restaurant/sports bar adjoins the place. Toilet in bathroom is the size of a potty chair. If you need an overbite stay when flying in or out of Phoenix this place will do.
The Arizona capital combines vestiges of the Old West, Spanish colonial influences, and Native American traditions with cosmopolitan elegance. Ensconced in the Valley of the Sun, the colorful desert landscape of red buttes around Phoenix inspired the talents of Louis L'Amour, John Ford and Frank Lloyd Wright. The warm, dry climate and modern southwestern backdrop is the ideal setting for a romantic weekend getaway, extended family vacation or corporate business event.
In addition to incredible natural surroundings, Phoenix boasts inspiring cultural attractions, emerald-green golf courses, and major league sports venues, as well as fashionable boutiques, trendy restaurants and an exciting nightlife.
Named the Valley of the Sun for its 325-plus days of sunshine, the Greater Phoenix area offers an array of challenging golf courses. Guests of Phoenix hotels can relax and rejuvenate with a spa and massage treatment after touring one of the city's major cultural attractions. The Desert Botanical Garden is a colorful menagerie of plant life native to the Sonoran Desert, while the world-famous Heard Museum celebrates the art and culture of Native Americans. Modern and contemporary artists from America, Asia and Latin America showcase their work for visitors to peruse at the Phoenix Art Museum. In addition to nearby Taliesin West and other historic homes, you can tour the spectacular countryside surrounding the metropolis.
Malls and boutiques offer upscale and hip apparel, with antique and artisan shops selling unique vintage pieces. While a chuck wagon dinner around a campfire was the common fare of yesteryear, today's Phoenicians experience an eclectic mix of international and fusion cuisines. Guests can explore local eateries or fine dining restaurants serving southwestern food such as buffalo, Navajo fry bread, green chili stew and sugar-dusted fritters. Paying homage to its Old West roots, the city has several steakhouses that satisfy aficionados, such as Bobby Q, often referred to as the best BBQ in town.
After a day of outdoor activities and a colorful southwestern sunset, you can enjoy one of the fine wine bars, trendy brewpubs, flashy clubs or old-fashioned saloons dispersed around the metro area. The Rhythm Room is one of the numerous music venues in the city, and live comedy is found at Stand Up Live. Phoenix Symphony Hall is the host venue for the professional symphony, opera and ballet. Additionally, one of the city's four major-league sports teams may very well be playing a home game during your visit.
Visitors to Phoenix enjoy a range of festivals throughout the year, with the largest being the annual State Fair held in October. Other special events include a major college bowl game in January and the Phoenix Film Festival in March. Phoenix comes alive when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series comes to town in November and February.
Many Phoenix hotels are conveniently positioned in the city's center, close to major attractions and business centers, and a short journey to the picturesque outskirts. The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown hotel is just one of these accommodations, with luxurious sophisticated comforts and the nearby Phoenix Zoo.
Bordering the city's suburbs, hotels in the north of Phoenix offer visitors a chance to quickly escape in the rural landscape, and are only a short drive from the city center. Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort sits on a mountainous setting, with an award-winning Different Pointe of View restaurant.
The mild temperatures from November to April draw the most visitors to Phoenix, and guests experience blue skies and warm temperatures with highs in the 70s, Fahrenheit. The arid climate creates a long, hot summer, with temperatures often exceeding triple digits, so plan accordingly. The annual rainy season lasts from July to September.
You can easily reach the "Valley of the Sun" by air or car. Located 3 miles east of downtown, Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is the main aviation gateway into the city. Motorists can reach Phoenix using Interstate 10, which approaches the city both from the south and west.